Marianne Eggler, MPHIL

Marianne Eggler, MPHIL

Visiting Instructor

Department : Visual and Performing Arts

Email : marianne.eggler@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7488

Office : HAY 401A

Education

MPHIL, CUNY: The Graduate Center
BA, University of Rochester

About

Professor Marianne Eggler is currently a Visiting Instructor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Manhattan College. An art historian with special expertise in the history and theory of architecture and design, Professor Eggler has taught for 15 years in the New York City area (including here at Manhattan College in an adjunct capacity) while also serving as a gallery lecturer at The Museum of Modern Art. She has lectured widely both in the U.S. and abroad, and her scholarly research has focused on German and Austrian modern architecture and design of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, particularly on the period of Weimar Germany. Her doctoral disseration, titled "'A Decorator in the Best Sense': Mies van der Rohe and the Articulation of the German Modernist Interior" was defended and is currently being completed at The Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York.

Professional Experience

CURRENT

8/2013-present      Visiting Instructor, Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Manhattan College

2008-present         Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Art History, Fashion Institute of Technology, S.U.N.Y., NY

1998-present         Gallery Lecturer and Educator, Department of Public Programs and Department of Group Services, The Museum of Modern Art, NY 

 

PREVIOUS

 

2008-2012             Adjunct lecturer, School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons The New School for Design, NY

2008-2011             Adjunct lecturer, Department of Fine & Performing Arts, Baruch College, The City University of New York, NY

2008-2009             Adjunct lecturer, Department of Art & Music, John Jay College, The City University of New York, NY

Spring 2010           Course Instructor, Education Department, The Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd Street, NY, NY (Taught a five-week course on the MoMA exhibition Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity)

2007-2008             Lecturer, Buffalo State College, S.U.N.Y., Buffalo, NY (one-year, full-time substitute position)

2004-2007             Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Baruch College, The City University of New York, NY

2004                      Course Instructor, The Museum of Modern Art, Education Department, New York, NY; taught 10-week course From Bauhaus to Our House to Taniguchi

Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Fine Arts, Manhattan College, Riverdale, NY

2003-2004             Free-lance gallery lecturer, Dahesh Museum of Art, NY, NY

2001-2003             Substitute Full-time instructor, Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Bernard M. Baruch College, The City University of New York, NY

2000-2001             College Assistant, Visual Resources Department, Mina Rees Library, The Graduate School and University Center, The City University of New York, N

1999-2000             Research Assistant, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art, NY

1999                      Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Architecture and Environmental Studies,        Studies, The City College, The City University of New York, NY

 1998                      Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Bernard M. Baruch College, The City University of New York, NY

1998                       Adjunct Lecturer, Art Department, Caldwell College, Caldwell, NJ

1997                       Lecturer, Art Department, Hunter College, The City University of New York, NY

1992-1995               Program Coordinator, City of Tampa Art in Public Places, Tampa, FL

1992-1995               Writer, producer, host, and editor of monthly television program ART GONE PUBLIC!, City of Tampa Government Access TV, Channel 14, Tampa, FL

1992-1995               Coordinator, Save Outdoor Sculpture! (SOS!) Project, Tampa, FL, through the National Institute for the Conservation of Culture Property and the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

1990-1992                Practice Development Assistant, Holland & Knight (law firm), Tampa, FL

1987                        Gallery Assistant, Maximiliansverlag-Sabine Knust, Munich, Germany

1985-1986                Assistant, Print Department, Sotheby’s, New York, NY

1983-1985                Assistant to the Vice President, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

1982-1983                Assistant, Drawings Department, Sotheby’s New York, NY

 

 

 

Publications & Professional Activities

PUBLISHED WORK

2009 "Divide and Conquer: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich’s Fabric Partitions at the Tugendhat House," Studies in the Decorative Arts, journal of The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in Design, Decorative Arts and Culture, Spring–Summer 2009 (Volume XVI, Number 2).

2001 “Afrikanischestrasse Municipal Housing,” p. 206, and “Exhibition House and Apartment for a Bachelor,” p. 264, in Barry Bergdoll and Terence Riley, eds., Mies in Berlin (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2001).

SELECTED LECTURES

2/13 Imperial Anxiety and Aggressive Décor: Imaging the Domestic Interior of the German Kaiserreich, College Art Association 101st Annual Conference, New York, New York, February 13–16, 2013

11/11 The Magic of Plywood, The Museum of Modern Art, NY, NY

1/08 Miro’s Influence on Graphic Design, The Museum of Modern Art, NY, NY

5/06 Draw the Curtain: Mies, Reich, Curtains and Curtain Walls, or, Modernism’s (Anxious) Mechanisms for the New Domestic Interior, Dorich House 8th Annual Conference, organized by the Centre for the Study of the Design of the Modern Interior, Kingston University, U.K

2/05 Change from within: Bruno Paul, Mies, and the Wilhelmine modern interior from Wohnzimmer to Raumkunst, College Art Association 2005 Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA

10/03 “A decorator in the best sense” – Mies van der Rohe, Ornament and Gender, Universität der Künste, Berlin, Germany

5/01 Bringing Home the Exotic: India and the Interior Designs of Lockwood de Forest, The Newport Symposium, Newport, RI

10/00 Nineteenth-Century Design, Christie’s, New York, NY

7/00 French and Belgian Art Nouveau, The Bauhaus, and International Modernism, Christie’s, New York, NY

10/99 The Art Nouveau Interior, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

10/99 Nineteenth-Century Design, Christie’s, New York, NY

10/98 From Vienna to New York: Designs of the Wiener Werkstätte, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

10/98 Crimes of “Bad” Taste, or Ruthlessly Constructing Gender in the Film Ruthless People, 1998 Feminist Art and Art History Conference, Barnard College, New York, NY

11/97 Lockwood de Forest: Interpreting the ‘Exotic’ in the American Domestic Context, The Newport Student Forum, presented by the Preservation Society of Newport County and the Masters Program in the History of Decorative Arts; Offered by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution and Parsons School of Design. Newport, RI

3/97 Merchandising the Viennese Way: The New York Showroom of the Wiener Werkstätte, Sixth Annual Symposium in the History of Decorative Arts, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY

2/97 Design, Social Change and the Great Corset Debate: Women’s Clothing as a Site of Social Change, Art & Politics, Thirteenth Annual Spring Colloquium of the Graduate Students of Art History at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Honors & Awards

 

2004                      Fulbright Fellowship Alternate

                             Citation of Special Recognition, Carter Manny Award, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

 

2003                      Jewish Foundation for Education of Women Dissertation Fellowship

                             Sue Zalk Research -Travel Fellowship

                             Martin M. Spiaggia Dissertation Fellowship (declined to accept J.F.E.W.)

                             C.U.N.Y. Graduate Center Graduate Teaching Fellowship (declined to accept J.F.E.W.)

 

1996-2001             C.U.N.Y. Graduate Center Tuition Fellowships and Art History Department Program Fellowships, The City University of New York

 

1995                      Helena Rubenstein Foundation Tuition Grant

 

Professional Memberships

College Art Association

Society of Architectural Historians

Other

Languages: English, German

Courses Taught/Teaching

ART 150 Roots of the Modern World: Art

ART 370 Current Trends: The NYC Art Scene

Related Documents

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